The “Wikiguideline” approach establishes recommendations only when high-quality, hypothesis-confirming evidence is available.
Inserting screws in the pelvis for growth-friendly treatment of scoliosis can be painful and lead to infection in this patient population.
Narcotics after surgery often lead to side effects such as nausea, vomiting and itching.
An orthopaedic surgeon discusses some debates in foot and ankle care and the importance of personalized medicine in the field.
The new findings will guide future treatments of distal radius fracture.
Despite some progress, the highly competitive field is mostly dominated by white, male surgeons.